YUENDUMU BUSH TOMATO BLACK by Aboriginal Artist Audrey Napanangka -  Audrey Napanangka - Northern Territory, AU

THE DESIGN:  Bush Tomato or wild tomato plant is usually waxy looking. It grows in creek areas of the Northern Territory.  The ripe fruits have a strong fragrance that can be smelled from long distances.  A single plant produces many fruits that are normally collected from the bushes in late summer and early winter when they've been sun-dried.  There are over 100 varieties of bush tomato, but only a handful of these are edible and some varieties are poisonous.

The artist's style is vivid and strong, and the design depicts women sitting around a waterhole  with picked up fruits, a coolaman (special wooden toy), and digging sticks.


  • All outer fabric is 100% cotton, all inner lining is 55% Hemp, 45% Tencel 

    Filter Material: 5 layers PM 2.5 activated carbon, breathable fibre cloth